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Old 07-20-2011, 08:38 PM   #1
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can the 91 saturn be towed 4 down?I have checked the manual,and it says not to exceed 35 mph,or 50 miles.
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Old 07-20-2011, 08:49 PM   #2
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If it is the S series it can be towed as is 4 down according to Remco.

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YES, towed a 1991 Saturn SL1 automatic from new till 2010. Approved by Saturn for 65 MPH. No problems. Set up is, transmission in neutral, parking brake off, ignition to aux (so that steering is not locked) and I turned off radio and fan. Odometer did not rack up miles with engine not running. Odometer broke showing 197,345 miles (Odometer failure is normal for early SL). Many more miles at time of trade in on my GMC.
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Old 08-02-2011, 01:52 PM   #5
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The Saturn SL1 was the first time I towed an automatic transmission. If you are still interested in towing a SL1, I have the base plate for free.
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Don,I have a Blue Ox tow bar,and do not know if your base plate would be compatable.I have been towing a Jeep Wrangler,but would like the extra gas mileage the Saturn offers.The other issue would be getting the plate,as I live in Illinois.I appreciate your offer,Ralph
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the saturn sl1 was the first time i towed an automatic transmission. If you are still interested in towing a sl1, i have the base plate for free.

hi im don and new to this rv site and i just purchased a rv and we have a 1991 saturn and have been looking for tow plate but i just can't afford one at this time. Well i guess my question is do you still have it and is it still free. I live in inglewood ca and i have no ideal if you would ship it and i would pay the cost.thanks
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Hi: My name is don and we just purchase a 1991 fleetwood flair class a 27ft with only 50000 miles it was a one owner and well taken care its our first rv and we have only been out two times so far but the problem is once you are in the camp grounds and do not have another car its like being without my wife we love to camp and go to the casino.we have a 1996 satrun sl1 and would like to be consider for the free base plate if you still have.thanks for be so kind to someone and we live in inglewood ca.

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